I If I was allowed access to the Oscars this evening, the first thing I'll do is find Richard E Grant. He's my new favorite, and after spending the last two months, watching him excitedly, making his way through the rewarding season, I think he's probably going to be the funniest thing to hang with him or Olivia Coleman. Both actors have come out on the red carpet in the past few weeks, each practically jumping their way to the ceremonies they have been nominated for and in some cases have been awarded the highest prizes. Their joy is contagious. You can not help, but you smile as you look at how Coleman calls her "bitches" during her speech on accepting Golden Globes or when Grant posts a Twitter video about him who ecstaticly calls "Haaa!" On the street , after learning that he was nominated for an Oscar. Both are excited because normal people are likely to be in their position and honestly, their attitude is best for the 201
Then there is Olivia Coleman. Unlike Grant, she has earned many awards throughout her career, with four Baftas and two Golden Globes for her name – this year's recent awards for her role in The Favorite . But did it weaken the thrill of publicity that it was one of the best actors in the world? Absolutely not. Although its absence from social media means we have less access to Twitter content such as Grant, the smiles of its red carpet and the talk of acceptance clearly show that Coleman is still really, very excited. "Later, we will get too much of it," she told the audience of "Golden Globes," a moment that made such an impact that she was featured on a Saturday Night Live last weekend. "I'm sorry, I'm a little mad at the moment," Cecily Strong said during her performance. "I was celebrating my two gold globes and none of you know who I am, so I can do or say whatever I want. Oh, I'll do it! "
Those who are in the lake can have fun with Coleman's brilliant relativism, but I, on the one hand, congratulate her. Of course he will get drunk; she is nominated for Oscar. And though Grant is silent, I hope he will at least live a wild star to celebrate his achievements (Streisand-Grant's fingers will be reflected tomorrow morning). These are two actors who have worked in the industry for decades and are currently moving with the wave that comes with the top of the game. Why should we expect them to play cool and pretend they are stoically expecting a victory? a la Di Caprio is beyond me.
In a society that continually strives to look cool in Instagram, the authenticity of Grant and Coleman, this season of awards is a breath of fresh air. We reminded that it is good to be excited about success and to celebrate it, even if it means sacrificing self-control over the world. And would it really be a sacrifice first? If their season has shown something, everyone likes a grateful and worthy winner. Maybe we all have to get a page out of our book and let ourselves daze when good things happen. The world could use more than the joy of Grant and Coleman, so let's celebrate. an Oscar – this is the opposite
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